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rx insulin 75 units /250ml over 3.5 hrs. The IV administered motion set delivers 30 gtts/ml. What is the flow rate in gtts/mins.

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    I believe that is---but get a second opinion.
    (vol mL/time min) x drop factor = flow rate.
    [(250/(3.5*60)]x 30 = ?

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